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  • Journal

    Connell, J. and Gibson, C.

    World music: deterritorializing place and identity

    2004 - Progress in Human Geography

    In-text: (Connell and Gibson 342-361)

    Your Bibliography: Connell, John, and Chris Gibson. "World Music: Deterritorializing Place And Identity." Progress in Human Geography 28.3 (2004): 342-361. Web.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Adoption and Appropriation

    2009 - berghahn books

    In-text: (Kaul)

    Your Bibliography: Kaul, Adam R. "Adoption And Appropriation." Turning The Tune: Traditional Music, Tourism, And Social Change In An Irish Village. berghahn books, 2009. Web. 26 June 2019.

  • Journal

    Mitchell, T.

    World Music and the Popular Music Industry: An Australian View

    1993 - Ethnomusicology

    In-text: (Mitchell 309)

    Your Bibliography: Mitchell, Tony. "World Music And The Popular Music Industry: An Australian View." Ethnomusicology 37.3 (1993): 309. Web.

  • Journal

    Stubington, J. and Dunbar-Hall, P.

    Yothu Yindi's ‘Treaty’: ganma in music

    1994 - Popular Music

    In-text: (Stubington and Dunbar-Hall 243-259)

    Your Bibliography: Stubington, Jill, and Peter Dunbar-Hall. "Yothu Yindi's ‘Treaty’: Ganma In Music." Popular Music 13.3 (1994): 243-259. Web.

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